Spectral before-after images of the India-China LAC clash here


In final and conclusive evidence of the Chinese retreat at Galwan in eastern Ladakh, Republic TV has accessed exclusive spectral footage that shows China’s premeditated attempt to encroach on India’s sovereignty and effort exemplary and successful of the Indian Army in repelling the PLA. This constitutes evidence against all claims that China has taken control of the Galwan Valley, made both by China’s “untenable” claim to sovereignty, and against any line of internal questioning about the circumstances. along the line of actual control. (LAKE).

Images from May 9 to May 27 show the Chinese incursion and disruption of the flow of the Galwan River. This is the result of the Chinese side’s attempt to dry up the Galwan River, as the footage shows, by building structures around it and stopping its flow. However, in the footage from June 18, i.e. three days after the June 15 violent Galwan confrontation between the two sides, high moisture content is visible in the Galwan River. This normal flow indicates that the Chinese have been pushed back and their structures cleared. “The Chinese used the Galwan River bed to build a road, they settled on the river bed and thus the course of the river was disturbed. As the river has high humidity in the satellite image of the June 18 is proof that the Indian soldier repelled the PLA soldiers,” says Major Gaurav Arya.

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May 9 satellite image

According to the May 9 image, around 37 days before the Galwan confrontation, the Chinese PLA can be seen with a full deployment of troops, the construction of military camps and the disruption of the flow of the Galwan River.

May 27 – 19 Days before the confrontation

According to the image from May 27, that is to say eighteen days later, red spots in the image above show a continuous build-up of Chinese PLA troops. As seen, on May 27, the Chinese PLA had increased the number of tents and military vehicles in Area C.

Images from May 6, 9 and 27 show an increased presence of PLA

The increase in the deployment of troops by the Chinese took place in the month of May. Exclusive footage seen by Republic shows the Chinese attempt to change the declared position that remained on April 24 in the duration that followed. A series of images from May 6 to May 9 set the pattern for the PLA to falsely increase troop presence in a premeditated manner.

Galwan Clash Day: June 15

In a violent confrontation on the night of June 15, 20 Indian army soldiers, including a colonel, were martyred as the de-escalation process was underway in the Galwan Valley. The de-escalation process is the result of corps commander-level talks between the two countries in Moldo, during which China agreed to dismantle their construction and tents along the LAC. However, the Chinese troops refused to withdraw from Patrol Point 14 near the mouth of the Galwan River, giving way to hand-to-hand fighting between the two armies, involving hundreds on each side.

About 30 km east of the Line of Actual Control (LAC), at the mouth of the Galwan Valley, the red dots show Chinese military deployment and disruption of the water flow of the Galwan River.

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Images of June 18: 3 days after the shock

Three days after the clash, spectral images from June 18 show how Indian soldiers managed to repel the Chinese.

June 18, undeniable proof of Indian success in repelling the Chinese, the images show no Chinese presence on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control. In addition, the Galwan River flows in its normal course with high humidity – an indication that the Chinese troops were pushed back.

In the image below from June 18, the normal flow of water in the Galwan River is undeniable proof of the failure of Chinese designs

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